6.50 Tunnels and Tunnelling
7.15 Computing: Database at Frelghtllners
7.40 Reading: Resource Development
8.5 The Universe Yesterday
8.51 Chemistry: Nitrogen Fixation: 1
A See-Saw programme.
Stories from God's wide world.
CHRISTOPHER LiLLiCRAP introduces The Creature Who Looked Like This.
SNEH GUPTA tells an Indian tale about The Parrot and the Fig Tree. JOHN DRYDEN describes what happened when Jesus went back to Nazareth.
Director MARTIN HUGHES
Producer DAVID BROWN
An invitation to join in an act of worship which links you with other viewers round the country through television.
This is the day which the Lord has made!
We shall rejoice and be glad in it.
During the service the programme will be joining a family in Ealing, West London, and the speaker
The more we starve this woman of help, the more we feed the problem
Already many people have died in the Ethiopian Famine Disaster. Now over a million people, like the woman in the picture, are victims of one of the most crippling droughts on record.
Your donations are urgently needed to help provide food, medical equipment and other essential supplies, to bring relief to the starving.
Send all donations to: [address removed]
(no stamp needed) will be THE REV MICHAEL SAWARD.
Bible readings: Ephesians 3, vv 14-18: John 15, vv 1-5. Hymn for meditation; Lord of our growing years: tune: Little Cornard
Producer JOHN KIRBY
Series producer ANGELA TILBY
In the last of the Sab Ras compilations of music, Asian Magazine presents the music of BALDEV NARANG, RUNA LAILA,
GHULAM AM, PURSHOTAM UPADHAYA and IRSHAD AND NISHAT KHAN
Producer yousuf AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
features the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producers PHILIP HICKS , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
Eight programmes about renovating furniture at home.
Presented by David Day and Albert Jackson
8: Traditional Upholstery
Traditional methods of upholstery use a stuffing of horsehair or other fibre. Once you have mastered a simple drop-in seat pad you can move on to more complex sprung seating.
Film editor AL CELL
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
by JAMES HILTON continues a short season of screen adaptations starring
Ronald Colman , Jane Wyatt
Fleeing by plane from war-torn China and hijacked to Tibet, four people are led to an idyllic garden city in the Valley of the Blue Moon - Shangri-La - where time has virtually stopped and living is a lasting delight. Among the captives is Robert Conway , a noble seeker of peace who is to discover that the future and destiny of Shangri-La lies in his hands ..
Screenplay ROBERT RISKIN
Produced and directed by FRANK CAPRA
(Block and white)
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse in an episode from the world-famous cartoon films starring Tom the cat and a far-from-underdog mouse called Jerry.
An MGM cartoon
John Wayne , Victor McLaglen
Maureen O'Hara , Ernest Borgnine Joan Crawford
Douglas Fairbanks Jr Cary Grant, Sterling Hayden
Rita Hayworth , Charles Laughton Barbara Stanwyck Marlene Dietrich and a cast of thousands!
This feature length compilation film pays tribute to the tough guys and gals of Hollywood and rediscovers some of the great moments of adventure and romance in such movies as The Quiet Man, Gunga Din , Rio Grande, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Sands of Iwo Jima and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon.
Narrated by ART LINKLETTER
Written by JAMES R. SILKE and c. DAVID SCHINE
Produced and directed by G. DAVID SCHINE
Pluto gets into a scrap over Sunday dinner. Donald unwittingly gives shelter to a bear and then gets a job as a riveter on a sky-scraper.
A WALT DISNEY production
with Nicholas Wltchell Weatherman
The last of a series of seven programmes which examine life, death and resurrection through the eyes and experiences of handicapped people, their families and those who came into contact with them. 7: Elaine Dale
Elaine Dale was born without arms 23 years ago. Today she is the mother of two normal healthy children. In tonight's programme Elaine and her parents talk about the way they overcame what, at first, seemed a disaster.
CLENROY OAKLEY and NICK ROBSON Producer jim MURRAY
In Victorian times Dunoon was the holiday retreat for the wealthy merchants of Glasgow, who would travel the 28 miles down the Clyde by steamer. Today the town is known as the ' Gateway to the Western Highlands' and every year welcomes thousands of visitors who come to fish, to sail on the Lochs and to explore the spectacular scenery of the Cowal Peninsula.
John Stuart Roberts has joined the holidaymakers and in tonight's programme meets some of the local people, including Francis Frankum , who was rescued from the torpedoed liner, Lusitania, in 1915. He also talks to Tom and Barabel McKay , whose four teenage children decided to be baptised together in the Firth of Clyde near their home at Innellan. They join Christians from many churches in the area to sing their favourite hymns in Old and St Cuthbert 's Church, Dunoon.
Lord Jesus Christ (Living Lord); Praise to the holiest in the height (Richmond): Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton); 0 love that wilt not let me go (St Margaret); A mighty fortress is our God <Ein' feste Burg); Let all mortal flesh keep silence (Picardy); I cannot tell (Londonderry Air); All my hope on God is founded (Michael) Conductor JOHN MCINTOSH Organist DR FRANK BARCLAY Film director MAY BOWIE Producer LESLIE MITCHELL
Series producer JIM MURRAY
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
starring Larry Hagman Susan Anspach
Sam Hooten is a veteran pilot running a small helicopter service in Mexico. When an old girlfriend from Saigon suddenly turns up to ask for help, he knows it means trouble. But when she is kidnapped by gangsters, he reluctantly gets involved in a very dangerous race for a little black book ... In contrast to his role in Dallas, Larry Hagman stars as a helicopter pilot who takes on ' The Mob' in this thriller packed with spectacular chases and breathtaking aerial stunts.
Screenplay by DAVID J. KINGHORN and ROBERT BORIS Produced by PAUL CAMERON and ROBERT BORIS Directed by WILLIAM A. GRAHAM
(First showing on British television) Films: page 17
introduces Roy Castle
Valerie Masterson , Keith Harris Pearl Fawcett , James Casey
Ell Woods , Eleanor McCready The Simmons Brothers
Members of the Players' Theatre, London
PENNY RIGDEN, MARTYN KNIGHT NICOLA KIMBER , CHRIS CONNAH
WENDY JONES , PETER SUTHERLAND
AMANDA NEWMAN , GRAHAM RICHARDS
By arrangement with STANLEY AND MICHAEL JOSEPH
Choreography DOREEN HERMITAGE
Musical director BERNARD HERRMANN Producer BARNEY COLEHAN BBC Manchester
with Nicholas Witchell Weatherman
Introduced by Richard Baker
In the last of this year's recordings from the Henry Wood
Promenade Concerts at the Royal Albert Hall
Pinchas Zukerman is the soloist in Beethoven's Violin Concerto in D with the BBC Symphony Orchestra leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by Mark Elder
Sound BRIAN STRUGNELL
Lighting HUBERT CARTWRIGHT Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN Director
Five programmes on being 50 in the 80s
Loss of jobs, loss of parents, children moving out - middle-age can be a time of painful readjustment. These programmes trace the progress of eight people who spent four days with Kay Carmichael and Professor Charles Handy, sharing their experiences and looking at ways of using 'the third age' as a starting-point.
[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko
When Bilko is sent to teach motor pool methods at Schmill College he gives an object lesson in conmanship.
Formula One World Championship Italian Grand Prix
Today at Monza Ferrari drivers RENE ARNOUX and PATRICK TAMBAY cannot better their first and second placings two weeks ago in Holland, but in front of a fanatical home crowd Arnoux could overhaul championship leader ALAIN PROST. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
ITALIAN TELEVISION SERVICE Producer ROGER MOODY